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Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Monday. Jcne 6. 1892.
OIL CHEEK AFLAME,
A Horror in Pennsylvania Simi
lar to Conemaugh.
HUNDREDS DROWNED AND BURNED
Like the Johnstown Catastrophe
Origin is the Breaking
of a Dam
Oil Creek Floods I'urts ot Titusville and
Oil City and Is Changed In a Moment
Into a Fiery Sea Kxplotloim of N'upli
tha Start the Conflagration Dozens of
Persons Cremated in Their tVater-Io-lated
Homes, in the Kaghig Torrent
and In the Streets While Flying for
Safety A Whole Ward Swept Away at
Oil City and Scores of liuildlngs Des
troyed at Titusville Terrible Scenes
Millions in Losses Cresde Fire-Swept.
TlTrsvitLE,Pt., June 6. Yesterday this
tj was visited by one of the most appall
ing fires and overwhelming floods in the
history of this country. A conservative
est i mute places the number of lives lost at
fully seventy-five from fire and drowning.
As near as can be gathered from reports as
they come in the loss by destruction of
property will aggregate fully 1,500,000.
All this loss is in the city, with the sur
rounding country yet to be heard from. A
large number of the most extensive and
prosperous manufacturing establishments
now lay in ashes, and hundreds of homes
and business places are utterly wiped out,
while the streets are filled with a crowd of
hungry, homeless, weeping and distracted
people, mourning the loss of loved ones
who have perished in the rush of waters or
the fiery billows of flame which engulfed
Sad and Sickening as Johnstown.
No language cau do justice to the scene
of terror and confusion prevailing in this
city as the sun went down last night. The
illuminating gas works, the electric light
plant, the city water works, were ail under
water, while the natural gas mains had
been turned off at Oil City. This left
Titusville without water, fuel or light, at
least from the sources from which these
necessities have been accustomed to come.
Parents and children stood by without the
power to aid one another's struggles
against the clutches of the flood until
eventually they went down to rise no
more. As sad nnd as sickening scenes as
ever transpired in the valley of the Co: e
maugh three years nso were repeated
here Yesterday wjiile thousands looked on
unable to avert tiiem.
A lew Specimen lliirror.
Fully one-third of the business and resi
dence portion of Titusville is in ruins.
The terrible flood with mighty roar last
evening rushed through streets never lie-
fore touched by Hoods, Kully seventy -five
people nre unaccounted for. About
people witnessed live strong men perish
together. Holding to a piece of tiaiber,
they were struggling to make the shore,
and just as they readied out for a grasp at
the bank a neighboring oil tank exploded,
the river of burning oil enveloping the
men. Death came almost instantly. One
father is a maniac over the loss of his
whole family, consisting of a wife and
seven children, one a babe 3 days old. A
brother was rescued from a burning build
ing, where he was forced to leave a sister,
her husband, and two children to perish.
Like the Coneniangh Catastrophe.
About midnight Saturday historical Oil
creek began suddenly to rise. Heavy and
almost incessant rains have been nreva-
lent, throughout this entire section for the
past six weeks. This, however, does not
i - i. 'i-i : . i j 1
seem to have been the cause of the sudden
rise in the oil creek, although at first it
was thought to be the case. The huge
mill dam, owned by Thompson & Eldred,
and located at the little town of Spartans
burg, seven miles above this. city, sudden
ly burst. This artificial of body water,
was one and a half miles in length and one
fourth of a mile wide and quite deep.
Thus suddenly let loose it made of this de
voted valley, in the course of a few brief
moments, a regular inland sea.
TRAPPED IN THEIR SLEEP.
Surrounded by Water and the Water
Aflame A Frightful Scene.
This sudden avalanche of water, de
scending when most of the inhabitants
were sleeping, completely and at once
shut them off from the higher portions of
the city. Notwithstanding this state of
affairs the danger to the city was under
rated, no one having the slightest idea
that the flood, dangerous as it was, was to
be soon reinforced by fire. At 2 o'clock
yesterday morning, immediately following
three terrific explosions which shook the
city to its center, a great light went up
from the direction of the Crescent refinery,
located on the north side of the creek, in
the east end, and owned by John Schwartz
& Co. The entire plant was one vast
sheet of solid flame in a moment.
Surrounded by a Sea of Fire.
The flames shot up 300 feet and revealed
a fearful . spectacle which was made
heartrending by the shrieks and cries of
the helpless human beings caged in their
dwellings like rats in a trap in the middle
of that rushing and mighty water and
within the very shadow of death from
burning oil, benzine and naptha which
covered the surface and threatened at any
time to engulf them. Oil creek, now
swollen to 600 times its natural size, and
reaching from one hillside to the other,
presented an appalling picture. Floating
swiftly by on its bosom were all sorts,
manners and kinds of animate and inani
mate objects, tanks, stills with steam in
them and blowing off, houses, barns,
horses, cows, chickens everything almost
Ming borne onward witn a rusn.
cf uman sreignv rn cne aorrenc
Clinging to various objects, such as
driftwood, pieces of boards, timbers, and
any other objects they could lay hands on,
were scores of human beings, their white
and terror stricken countenances, desper
ate struggles and plaintive, soul piercing
cries for aid all combining to create im
pressions in the minds of tue beholders
never to be effaced or forgotten. About
one hour from the time the Crescent works
caught another alarm was sounded and it
was found that oil discharged from an
overturned tank further up the creek had
scattered itself over a broad enough ex
panse of wster to reach the Crescent fire,
where it at once ignited, and in a moment
a large acre tge of the creek was one vast
sea of tire.
The 1 lames Sweep Kight On.
This blitze soon spread to the Interna
tional oil works, owned by J. P. Thomas
& Co., and they were soon in a blaze.
Then came the large refining plant and
soap factory of Kice & Robinson, which
the flames in a short time reached and con
sumed. The wind was in the right quar
ter and ontped the fire, arriving iu due
time at the Oil Creek refinery and wax
plant. Up t j this time the fire had des
troyed thelirge furniture factory, store,
and store roc in of Caspersnn & Howe, the
Cullen hote., the Western New York and
Pennsylvania freight depot, and about
6eventy-five private dwellings.
FORTY KNOWN-TO BE DEAD.
Many or tho Victims Iturned Almost
The undertaking establishments of
Davidson & McNitt have been turned tem
porary morgues. With the exception of
the bodies of seven Hebrews and two child
ren all of the bodies so far recovered have
been taken there as fast as they are
brought from the water. Most of the bod
ies bear evidence of having met death from
burning oil, ir.auy of them burned almost
beyond recognition and several of them in
such terrible t lanncr as to leave the bodies
nothing but blackened crisps, entirely
wit bout the le:tst semblance of the human
The Lost and Iteeovered.
The list now actually found and kuown
to lie dead is as follows: William Cnppey,
Fred Keide, Airs. Mary Haehn, Mamie
llaehn, Gertie Haehn, Clara Haehn, Peter
H iehn, Mrs. Fred Campbell and two chil
dren, Oliver Edgar, Joe Spieuler and two
children visitii g here from Warreu;Frank
Wliaelon, wife and child; F. Lemeres,
Nellie Quinn. J Irs. Furmnn and daughter
(colored), Mrs. A. Jacobs, Delia Kice,
Mrs. Euglisky and child, Mrs. Jacoira and
child; a picture-frame peddler, name un
known; Mrs. acob Ilingensheimer and
seven children, Mrs. C. P. Casperson, Mrs.
I', ytiinn, -Mamie S. Quinn, John M. Mc
Fudden. It is impossible to give an esti
mate as to the uuniber missing. It runs
to the hundreds and without doubt fully
double the number enumerated above will
be found dead.
THE CALAMITY AT OIL CITY.
Lives Ite;orted Lost There and a
Wliol.; Ward Domed.
Oil. ClTV, Ph.. June 6. Flood and fire
Saturday night and yesterday laid waste
large sections ol this city and Titusville
and a fearful lots of life has resulted. It
is claimed that fifty persons have been
burned or drowned here and the number
may exceed 100. A territory of at least
forty acres, being a narrow strip along Oil
creek, is burned or flooded or both. In
addition to thost dead a large number are
injured, and probably 1,000 people nre
homeless. The f. re started iu this city at
11:40 o'clock yes erday morning with an
explosion of napiitha and oil on the sur
face of Oil creek. The creek was at a
Where the Damage Was Done.
The entife upper end of Oil City on both
sides of the creek was under water at the
time of the explosion which caused the
awful conflagration. The town consists of
lour principal parts. I he south Bide is on
side of the Allegheny river
and was at no time in danger. In the
acute angle formed by the confluence of
Oil creek and the Allegheny river lies the
imsiness section or the citv, and across
Oil creek and on down the west bank of
the Allegheny is t'ue Third ward, which is
the district entirely burned. Cottage Hill,
the high grouud of the city, lies back of
the business section, between the two
streams. Itisthe-ethe oil refineries and
a great many residences are located.
A Floating Terror from Titusville.
Many houses on bot h sides a short dis
tance above the business section of the
town were partial y submerged. A thick
coating of oil, p-esumably from burst
tanks in t lie region of Titusville. covered
the surface of the creek. Floating along
were three tanks of naphtha. The sun
was shining hot an J caused a vapor of oil
fumes to rise from the wide surface of the
creek. Several thousand people seemed
to simultaneously recognize their peril
and just as they be,;an to move the calam
ity came. It is believed that a spark from
an engine on the V estern New ork and
Pennsylvania railrmd ignited the fumes.
which could be seen plainly dazzling in
the air about twen y feet above the sur
face of the surging water.
The Creek a Sheet of Flame.
Eye witnesses say sheets of flame and
volumes of smoke shot upward to a height
of 100 feet in the vie nity of a bridge cross
ing Oil creek, 400 yards above the junction
with the river. In two minutes the fire
had spread up and down the stream for
over two miles. In ) ess than ten minutes
between 200 and 8)0 buildings were in
flames. The thousands of witnesses were
throwu into a state of the wildest panic,
Men, women and children ran through
the streets screaming: and beseeching each
other to be conducted to a place of safety,
Clouds of smoke obscured everything.
When the darkness was most dense three
frightful explosions in succession shook
the very earth.
Explosion of the Naphtha Tanks.
These were the floi.ting naphtha tanks
In the creek. The taiue was not then
known and a feeling that some horrible
uncertain fate was in. pending added to the
other terrors. A stro ig wind sprang up,
partially removing t veil of darkness,
DlOWing uirecirty Wffuu vnm UMtm,
on the south bank of the creek, and this is
all that saved the entire city from destruc
tion. The terrorized masses by this time
had partially regained self possession. It
was then evident that tne whole of the
Third ward and a large number of build
ings on both sides of the creek farther up
were doomed. Lower down where the
buildings were above the water surface the
fire was swept directly in among them.
DEATH OVERTOOK THEM.
Flying People Caught in the Streets by
the Flames The Death Roll.
Many of the persons who lost their lives
we re overtaken in the streets as they fled
for safety. An almost perpendicular wall
of stone hemmed the victims in on one side,
the river on the other, the devouri ng
flames at the rear. Others were burned in
their homes and many drowned. One res
cuing party with a skiff load of persons
taken from flooded houses was overtaken
by the blazing oil and all perished. Four
of a party who stood on the Western New
York and Pennsylvania railroad bridge
are known to be dead. There was nothing
to be done but let the fire burn itself out.
The flames on the southwest side of the
third ward had spent their fury at 4
o'clock in the afternnoon.
Three Score Dead or Missing.
At this writing the '.ist of those known
to be dead or missing is as follows: John
O'Leary, express messenger, and his
mother, burned; Willis Stewart, burned;
E. V. K. Plank, burned; Matthew Lyon,
wife, daughter and son, burned; Sherd
Wick, missing; W. H. Shafer, of Frank
lin, l'ostal telegraph operator, burned: J.
B. Reilbold, member of council and pro
prietor of Bellevue hotel, burned; James
Kogers, drowned; James Holmes, of
Jamestown, burned: Frank Goodrich,
burned; William Eakin, and two grown
sons, burned; Charles Miller, burned: Ed
Mills and four children, drowned; Mrs.
John Koach and child, burned; Charles
Fisher, burned; Mr. and Mrs. Copeland
nnd baby, burned; Mrs. Levi Fetters, miss
ing: I). Sullivan, burned; Ed Keating, burn
ed;Villiam Moran, drowned; Samuel Rich
ardson and four children, burned; James
Burns, missing; Frank Watson, burned;
Frank Hasseufutz, burned; J. L. l)il
worth, prominent lawyer, burned; J. H.
Dougherty, wealthy oil man, burned;
George Hawks, burned; William White
burned; William Terwilliger and his
brother John, burned; woman and six
children (unknown), burned: Eugene
Fritz, badly burned; Mrs. George Hawks
und daughter, fatally burned: Nat Simon,
badly tut and bruised. William Terwil
liger lost his life- in saving others; his
brother John, engaged at the same work,
was also burned to death.
Horrors of I lie Situation Increasing.
The horrors of the situation are increas
ing on every hand. 1'he drizzling rain
that fell all night has changed into an al
most steady downpour. More bodies are
being unearthed, literally torn from masses
of debris made solid by the floods. The
morgues are crowded and many are over
come by the sickening, horrible sights
there presented. 1 he stench from the
burned flesh is uuliearable.
THE CREEDE CAMP IN RU1N3.
Fire Starts I in a Saloon and Wipes Out
South Ckekde. Colo., June 6. Creede,
the newest and most famous of Colorado's
mining camps, is in ruins and the loss will
aggregate fl.C0O0O, while hundreds of
families are now homeless. The Cre
started iu a saloon at Main and C'litl
streets at 5:40 yesterday morning, and iu a
short time the entire town was in ashes.
The fire swept up Chimney gulch before
a strong wind, and house after house took
fire and added to the blaze. The (try
wooden houses and cabins burned like
kindling and the air w as tilled with a dense
smoke and innumerable sparks. The gulch
was like a furnace and the frightened citi
zens were driven before the flames like
A Season of Free Liquor.
Owing to the large number of saloons in
camp, liquors were free and hundreds of
men took advantage of it and filled them
selves, with the natural consequence of a
drunkeu crowd, who have so far done no
damage. Some acts of thievinK have taken
place and already two buildings are filled
with arrested parties. Most of the inhabi
tants were iu bed when the alarm was
given. 1 he shouts of men and the cries
of women as they rushed out into the
street increased the coufusion. There was
no available fire apparatus, and the people
could ouly gaze on the burning structures
from a safe distance, for they could do
nothing to quench the flames.
Did the Work in Three Hours.
Just three hours after the fire started
every building in the gulch from Urainerd
& Beebe's hotel south, nearly 2,000 feet
east, and west nearly 1,000 feet, and in
cluding buildings on First and Mesa
streets and on both hills, were burned to
the ground. The fire started from an ex
plosion of coal oil. The terrible heat aud
close proximity of all the buildings to
each other soon carried the flames through
the length of the gulch and then spread to
the hills on each side, fully 100 feet each
way, The insurance will be about $200,
000. THE COLTS TAKE A HEADER.
Dropping Two I'l ares in One Week's Play
liase Hall Itecords.
Chicago, Juie 6. The Chicago base
ball club, that coltish aggregation which
was kicking up its heels in second place
in the League schedule Monday afternoon
of last week, has taken a tumble and at
the close of playing Saturday had dropped
to fourth, Cincinnati going to third and
Brooklyn obtaining its own again. It's
tough on the cranks but it's a fact. Follow
ing is given as the standing of the clubs:
League. Played. Woo. Lost
Boston 40 29 11
Brooklyn 38 24 It
Cincinnati 39 15 1
Chicago 39 Zi 16
Philadelphia 40 21 19
Cleveland 40 20 20
PUMburit 42 21 21
New York 39 18 20
Lnulsrllle 39 IT 22
Wutltnicton SS 14 24
Ht. Ixmta 41 14 XT
Baltimore 39 9 30
271 9 .TaO Jollet
18 9 .B7 .Kockford
IT 14: Aib Aurora ..
.. IS: 9
14 14 .500. Kvanavllle 115 14
11 14, .440 Kock lal.-MO...'!2 U
13 17' .433 Oulncy Ill) 14;
9 18 .333 Terra Haute... I 8 li
4 18! .182 Jacksonville .. 6 24'
Scores Saturday and San day.
League ' scores Saturday were: At
Baltimore Chicago ?, Baltimore 3; at
Boston Pittsburg 2, Boston 6; at Brook
lynCleveland 4, Brooklyn 8; at New
York Louisville 2, New York 6; at
Washington Cincinnati 7, Washington
6; at Philadelphia St. Loais 8, Phila
delphia 4. . . -
western. At Minneapolis Fort Wayne
4, Minneapolis 8; at Kansas City Colum
bus 4, Kansas City 3; at Omaha Toledo 4,
Omaha 8. (Sunday) At Minneapolis
Fort Wayne 5, Minneapolis 10; at Kansas
City Columbus 12; Kansas City 2; at Mil
waukee Indianapolis 3, Milwaukee 10; at
Omaha Toledo 5, Omaha 11.
Illinois-Iowa: At Evansville Jackson
ville 7, Evansville 3; at Aurora Joliet 0,
Aurora 2; at Kock Island Kockford 2,
Kock Island-Moline 4; at Terre Haute
Quincy forfeited game in fourth inning,
refusing to play because the umpire
ordered one of the players out of the game
for blackguarding. (Sunday). At Aurora
Kockford 5, Aurora 3; at Terre Haute
Jacksonville 2, Terre Haute 6.
Mighty Hard on the Man.
London, June C Dr. Parker, in his
address at the City Temple yesterday, said
that while he believed it possible for a
person to be both a politician and a gen
tleman, the supposition was the severest
strain that could be put upon human faith.
A. blinding snow sto.-m fell at Cheyenne,
Wyo., Saturday, accompanied by a bliz
zard and practically making this an off
year for farmers iu that region.
A farmer named Loeweand his two sons,
of 11 and 13 years, were washed over a dam
fix miles from Milwaukee and all three
Sixty miles of country along the Lehigh
river from White Haven to K;iston, Pa.,
was swept by a deluge of rain, causing
heavy loss to farmers and railways.
Persian troops are enforcing a cholera
quarantine against the whole province of
Khorassan. They shoot any one attempt
ing to escape from the stricken region.
The British cabinet is considering a bill
to restrict immigration.
T. A. Edge, an English wheelman, will
wheel from Lands End to John O'Groat's,
aud then to London, t,03b miles, to find
out how long it will take.
A torrent of rain fell at Cnion City, Pa.,
turning the little streams into raging
floods. Four blocks of buildings in the
heart of the city were destroyed aud other
damage makes the aggregate loss about
(150,000. Buildings were ruined and
streets torn up at Meadville.
An excursion tram of negroes on the
Owensboro (Ky.), and Nashville railway
collided with a regular train and killed
Hugh Barclay, fireman, and Henry Estley,
porter. Several others were injued, one
losing both feet.
The body of Mrs. Daniel Stone, of Edger
ton, Wis., was found in the cistern and it
is believed she was murdered.
A score of Hungarians got drunk at
Bradd'.ick. Pa., managed to set a can
of coal oil on fire and two of them were
burned to death.
Iowa People's party men will hold a
state convention to-morrow.
The Illinois Central railway company
has bought the Louisville, Xew Orleans
and Texas railway, 811 miles long, between
Memphis and Xew Orleans, for t5,000,(KiQ
in casli and &0,000,000 in 4 per cent, bonds.
An epidemic of smallpox is raging at
Gallipolis, Pomeroy and Middleport, O.
Employes of the Gilsey house and
Hotel St. Denis, New York, aided by con
federates outside, have robbed the two
hotels of several thousand dollars.
Daniel W. Moore, founder of The Kural
New Yorker, is dead, aged 72 yt ars.
A cyclone blew down a Congregational
church at McCook, Neb., and caught fifty
children iu the ruius. Only seven persons
were injured, none fatally and but one
seriously Kev. W. C. Stevenson.
The Weather We May Lxpect.
Washington, June 0. Thj following nre
the weathor indication-, tor twentv-faur hours
f rout S p. in. ycstenHy: For Iu liana and
Lower Atich'gan Sli,;h:'.y war-ncr. f.iir weath
er; s;-ut!ier:y wiu is. Kor 1 Imois Uenerally
fiiir either; southerly win-is: slightly
warmer in the vicinity of Chicago. For Wis
C"Uslnan'l l'pwr ilieliiu'i si m ' cloudiuuss
unci p issiblv lo a: shuver.s, southerly winds;
warmer iu u; per Mr-liisan. For I-wa -Partly
ti mdy weather ana poi;ii'ysm? shower?;
t lit' htly cooler mid uei:et:il f ir ti nuriow.
7111 the Min iiol-l Iwuim ?
New YiiijK , June 0. The Su:i, r. :en l ::.
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